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in three states. in rhode island, maine, and massachusetts. they have laws going back to the colonial days which say that shopping on thanksgiving and christmas is illegal. live, kpix5. >> we have new video tonight from sacramento. a dump truck crashed into a house. this is at 7:15. an elderly woman was inside that home. fortunately, she was not hurt. no word on who was driving, but the chp is investigating whether alcohol was a factor in that crash. tonight, we're hearing from san jose neighbors who had the dodge crime scene tape on their way home for thanksgiving dinner. here's why. this morning, police shot and killed a stabbing suspect in this quiet cul-de-sac on kirkland drive. hours later, people living there needed a police escort to go to and from their homes. kpix5 breaks down the three separate crime scenes involving a high speed chase, a carjacking, and several stabbings. >> this spanned two miles and crossed three neighborhoods. sean jose police say an officer shot and killed a drier driver. >> the gun shots took place, you know, bang, bang, bang, real fast. then there was t
in massachusetts, vermont and one in canada. >>> you survived the crowds of black or plaid friday and ready to click your way to a deal on cyber monday. but first, there's a new push for people to think globally but shop locally. >> reporter: crafts by local artists, getting ready for tomorrow. its at first time the downtown businesses are organizing to promote small business saturday. >> people start thinking where am i spending my money and they know if you shop local, it stays local. >> reporter: small business saturday started in 2010 but american express as a way of drumming up holiday sales for local businesses. in pacifica small retailers have organized for small business saturday. christmas by the cove's owner says it puts their stores on the map. >> definitely one of our better days of the year and we've been here for 18 christmases. >> reporter: next door the owner of hoffman's fine wines and spirits says every day is critical for retail. she hopes this is that gift that keeps giving. >> that's what we're hoping for, that's what i'm hoping for is they'll come back because they'll
they may be able to carry it for a year or two, and the state of massachusetts, it took several years to get most of the people enrolled. we may be on a similar track. >> that would be some pretty heavy lifting for washington, then, if it takes several years. you're talking about entire nation. >> right. it's something that i think we will be hearing about quite a bit in the future. >> and the other thing is exemptions. who got exempted from this first year and do you think they are going to extend them? >> well, the employer mandate was what was exempted for the first year. that was the big news. i don't know what the plans are for 2015, i would expect that the insurance companies are going to want to see demand and they will proceed to move them in. >> final question, optimistic about it, pessimistic about it? concerns on a scale of one to 10? >> i think, you know, 20 years from now we will look back on this year and laugh, you know, medicaid, medicare, all these programs actually had rocky starts the first year, but a couple of years in i think this will be part of the scenery. >>
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